WATER CONSUMPTION AND QUALITY
Water quality and consumption is a major area of focus for sustainability, especially in an arid environment like Colorado. Therefore, we work to reduce our water consumption and protect our water quality. The Colorado Convention Center’s water quality and conservation best practices address water quality and conservation methods including chemical management, water-efficient landscaping and irrigation, and building infrastructure (toilets, urinals, sinks, showers) efficiencies. The program tracks and records water consumption and establishes benchmarking goals.
- Replaced the grass along 14th Street with native and drought-resistant plants. As a result, 75% less water is used to maintain these areas.
- All toilets are low flow 1.6 gallons per flush
- All urinals are low flow 0.5 gallons per flush
- Cleaning supplies are bio-renewable
- Water Submeters to allow for accurate monitoring of use
- Permanent water bottle filling stations are installed at each water fountain to allow for easy use of refillable water bottles
- Looking for an easy way to reduce your water consumption? Ask Centerplate to NOT pre-fill pre-set water glasses on head tables or within meeting spaces.
- Did you know one serving of beef can take up to 1,000 gallons of water to produce. When planning your menu, look for less water intensive options like chicken or vegetarian.